Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) Regulations
All international students with Student’s Pass must meet the following requirements:
- He/She is only permitted to attend the course at the school that the students’ pass is approved.
- He/She must have a minimum of 90% attendance each month or not absent from the course for 7 consecutive days without any reasons
- He/She must not engage in any form of paid or unpaid activities that may contravene the stipulated conditions (including those stated in the Student’s Pass application form, In-principle Approval letter and Student’s Pass card) in which a Student’s Pass is issued (e.g. illegal employment).
- He/She must surrender his/her Student’s Pass for cancellation within seven days from the date of cessation or termination for his/her students or course.
For more details of ICA regulations, please refer to the ICA website: www.ica.gov.sg
Relevant Singapore Laws
This include, but are not limited to, immigration requirements, laws on driving, drugs and alcohol abuse, employment, smoking, traffic and littering;
|IMPORTANT: IGNORANCE OF THE LAW IS NO EXCUSE TO BREAK THE LAW, THE RESPONSIBILITY LIES ON EVERYONE TO KNOW THE LAW|
|Immigration||All International students studying in Singapore must have a valid passport and a Student Pass from ICA (Immigration and Checkpoint Authority).|
|Employment||International students are not allowed to work in Singapore without a Work Pass Exemption from the MOM (Ministry of Manpower).|
|Driving||All drivers must be in possession of a valid Singapore driving license and the vehicle must be insured.|
|Drugs||Possession of Controlled Drugs is presumed to be for trafficking, an offence which can carry the death penalty.|
|Alcohol Abuse||Any offence committed while being intoxicated (drunk) is punishable under the law. Drunk driving is a serious offence.|
|Smoking||Smoking in specific public places and indoor restaurants is prohibited.|
|Traffic||Jay walking is an offence.|
|Littering||Littering, spitting and vandalism (with graffiti) in public areas are serious offences.|
Committee of Private Education(CPE)
Student can refer to the CPE website at www.ssg.gov.sg for more information about private education institutes in Singapore.